By Anton Rush, Jane Applebee
Geared toward upper-intermediate and advanced-level beginners, this can be one among a sequence which bargains ELT scholars additional tips and perform in parts of the language which they locate fairly tough. The ebook is appropriate for either lecture room and self-study use, and comprises one hundred fifty idiom entries, divided into sections - ancient, new, overseas and funny, proverbs, metaphors and similes, and slang. a number of workout varieties is incorporated.
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Help with Idioms (Heinemann English Language Practice) by Anton Rush, Jane Applebee